An enclosed flare is a combustion device designed to handle high VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) streams. Gas flaring at oil and gas production sites protects against the dangers of over-pressuring industrial plant equipment.
Compared to using a traditional flare, using an enclosed flare gives you the following benefits:
HiTemp Technology LLC is a leading designer and manufacturer of waste to energy and high-temperature fume incinerators. Since 1982, HiTemp has been manufacturing custom, high-temperature catalysts, fume incinerators and oxidizer systems featuring enclosed flares, rotary kilns and moving-earth scrubber systems to control methane gas emissions for eco-friendly industrial applications.
Their client list includes well-known companies and government entities as Honeywell, Johnson & Johnson, Norton, Fuji Electric, Weetabix Cereal Corp., the U.S. Army, Union-Carbide, Monsanto Chemical, and Jensen Pharmaceuticals.
HiTemp has developed a system that mixes the methane stream with sufficient combustion air to maintain a consistent temperature. This ensures maximum destruction of any methane present in the exhaust gas.
The enclosed flares that it manufactures, includes the following,
HiTemp’s products maintain high standards of quality and are in demand because they:
HiTemp Technology’s applications engineers work closely with customers to understand their application and develop the most appropriate solution to meet their requirements. Contact them to know more about one of their prime products, an enclosed flare.
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Rotary kilns are made from mild steel plate and are rolled to form cylinders. These are devices that are commonly used to heat materials to high temperatures using a continuous process leaving the raw material oxidized and creating a valuable component. Some of the output materials produced using these devices are iron ores, cement, and lime. Rotary kiln systems are also used for thermal treatment of hazardous waste.
How Rotary Kilns Systems Work
A rotary kiln system setup should have one end slightly higher than the other end. The raw material that requires heating needs to enter from the upper end of the kiln allowing the stuff to slide down the tube as it undergoes mixing. High-temperature gas that came from the external furnace (also known as the burner) will pass through the entire kiln making the heating process work. The fuel used to generate heat may come from gas, petroleum coke or coal.
Manufacturing of Rotary Kilns
Rotary kilns are large in actual size. A specialized manufacturer with state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, machinery and warehouse can produce highly engineered rotary kilns systems. The product itself should be tested and should meet high-quality standards. Logistics-wise, rotary kilns are designed and built without exceeding the weight and size restrictions of a standard freight.
Rotary kilns systems are used by numerous industrial applications such as production, manufacturing, thermal processing, calcination and for incinerators. Large industrial companies that rely on thermal heat processes for manufacturing their goods will highly benefit from high-quality and durable systems that make costs lower and production more efficient.
In selecting a rotary kiln manufacturer, it is wise to choose a company that has been in the industry for several decades. Visit their warehouse and facilities to see the production setting and how they conduct quality checking. HiTemp Technology LLC has been manufacturing custom, high-temperature catalysts, fume incinerators and oxidizer systems featuring enclosed flares, rotary kilns and moving-earth scrubber systems to control methane gas emissions for eco-friendly industrial applications since 1982. You can never go wrong with the HiTemp Advantage!
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A Catalytic Oxidizer is also called a catalytic incinerator as it uses a catalyst to promote oxidation. This catalyst accelerates the rate of the chemical reaction by letting it happen even at a normal temperature range of 340 °C (644 °F) and 540 °C (1,004 °F). The oxidation occurs through this reaction between the catalyst bed and the VOC hydrocarbon molecules.
Thermal Oxidizer and a Catalytic Oxidizer
Both a thermal and a catalytic oxidizer are used as a process unit for air pollution in chemical plants to destroy the hazardous gases at a high temperature and release them into the atmosphere. Their only difference is that a catalytic oxidizer uses a catalyst, while a thermal oxidizer doesn’t.
HiTemp Tech Catalytic Oxidizer
HiTemp Technology LLC, a leading designer and manufacturer of waste to energy and high temperature fume incinerators, manufactures one of the most fuel-efficient dual fuel electric and gas catalytic oxidizers on the market with applications for SVE, VOC (volatile organic compounds), and CO emissions.
HiTemp Catalytic Oxidizer Systems utilize modular, interchangeable components with easy access for repairs and maintenance. Not many major changes need to be made to the basic design in case of requests for capacity increases.
The design of the HiTemp Catalytic Oxidizer utilizes basic control and combustion systems. Hence, it can be designed, built and shipped as a complete unit in half the time normally required for standard site assembled units. In certain situations, HiTemp can have a system on site and operational within 3 to 4 months from the date the order is placed.
The features that can be customized according to each customer’s requirements include:
Contact HiTemp Tech for high-quality catalytic oxidizers that will not only meet your specific needs but will also reduce your operational costs.
HiTemp Technology LLC
HiTemp Technology LLC (HTT) is a leading designer and manufacturer of waste to energy and high temperature fume incinerators.